Eric Maass


  • @Marc68 – I’m going to take exception to @cseider and @poetengineer in their guidance on this issue.  When determining calibration frequency there are two items to evaluate – the bias and precision.  While an MSA can help, it also introduces issues related to the human element, but that is not what calibration is about.  Calibration is about th…[Read more]

  • I’m happy to say that I’ve completed Black Belt certification.  This has been quite a journey and I learned a lot along the way.  Special thanks to Eric Maass @poetengineer and Paul Rudolph @Medtronic. 2 years, 7 months ago

  • @darth @MBBinWI @rbutler — Care to share your story?

    @Mike-Carnell As for me, well, I’m not entirely sure I count since I’m an editor and not a process improvement practitioner, BUT…

    Political science major (really, political theory — lots of Plato and Socrates) > DC/federal government staffer > marketing specialist for healthcare staffing…[Read more]

  • @poetengineer – The sarcasm comes through much more clearly if you read Mike’s posts with a southern drawl.

    @Mike-Carnell – Totally agree. However, even good capability benefits from process. BTW – Edison was no genius, I could have come up with all of those if I had been born 150 years ago. Timing is everything!
    Just to prove my genius,…[Read more]

  • @poetengineer The remark about Edison not using TRIZ was a sarcastic one. Thanks for the information though. 10 years, 3 months ago